Marie Rime | Guda Koster | Studio Bertjan Pot | Christian Tagliavini | Nick Cave | Jack Hughes | Stacey Rozich | Stephen Appleby-Barr | Ryoji Nakajima | Chad Wys
Design — By Sophie Suma
Fashion — By Hélène Dupont
Architecture — By Pierre-Mathieu Degruel
Films — By Fabien Texier
Books — By Thomas Lacroix & Frédérique Mantouan
Music — By Émilie Fernandez & Alexandre Rochon
Food — By Sonia Verguet
Size: 210mm(w) x 270mm(h)
Pages: 128p + 4p cover with gold foiling
Stock: Finnisg Book Classic 80gsm
Brief presentation of the most emblematic costumes, whether for the stage, for work, historical clothes, folk wear, fancy-dress or rituals.
Sketch of the Faun Costume by Lev Samoïlevitch Rosenberg, known as Léon Bakst, 1912
The notion of “costume” is broad and varied and its definitions are multiple. A subjective selection of many anecdotes, works, stories or expertise related directly or indirectly to costumes.
Do Ho Suh
High School Uni-Form, 1997
Mannequin is a typographic character created by Thomas Bouville for CERCLE #4 dedicated to the theme of costumes.
The Art of Costume Designing
Camille Assaf, who worked in New York for many years, is a scenography and costume design professional. Conversation with an enthusiast who shared her story and profession with us.
When the Suit makes the Man
Founder of the famous blog Parisian Gentleman, Hugo Jacomet gave us a warm welcome to evoke the importance of masculine elegance, its codes and craftsmen.
The Venetian Masquerade
Four time winner of the Venice Carnival competition, Tanja Schulz-Hess opened the doors onto a world where costumes are more than disguises.
The Costume Hunter
Charles Fréger developed his photographic practise around costumes and uniformity. This was naturally what encouraged us to meet the prolific artist.
Life After the Stage
A unique location, the Centre National du Costume de Scène, collects, restores, preserves and exhibits costumes. Delphine Pinasa, director of the centre, welcomed us there.
The Male & the Uniform
Odile Roynette is a researcher and lecturer at the Université de Franche Comté. Through the prism of history, we talked of the uniform, costume of the military world, and its virilising dimension.